Gariot P. Louima
Chief Communications Officer
and Writing Institute Coordinator
Gariot Louima is a former journalist who has reported for The Los Angeles Times, The Miami Herald, (New Orleans) Times-Picayune, and The Palm Beach Post. His short stories have appeared in The Caribbean Writer, Carte Blanche, and Obsidian: Literature in the African Diaspora, and he was a finalist for the Glimmer Train Short Story Award for New Writers. He holds a BS in journalism and creative writing from the University of Miami, where he edited the biweekly newspaper, The Miami Hurricane; an MS in management from Nova Southeastern University; and an MFA in writing and literature from Bennington College, where he was co-fiction editor for the summer 2010 edition of the Bennington Review. Gariot taught College Essay Writing, Introduction to College English, and College Preparatory Writing Skills at Broward College. He is Antioch College’s chief communications officer and Writing Institute coordinator.
- ENG 251 Expository Writing
- ENG 90-01 College Writing Skills
- ENG 90-02 College Writing Skills
VISITING WRITERS AND INSTRUCTORS
Visiting Faculty in Writing
Robin Littell teaches English Composition courses at Clark State Community College and Rhodes State College. Her goal is to enable students to discover, develop, and refine the skills needed to create well-crafted, effective essays. She’s also taught Developmental Writing & Reading and Study Skills courses that help support student success. Robin holds a BA in psychology from The Ohio State University and an MA in English from National University.
- GSW 105 Writing Seminar